- n. One who advertizes.
- n. someone whose business is advertising
“If it truly isn't withing their power to adjust the volume of the commercial (as may be the case due to the specifics of the contract with the advertizer) they can take it up with the advertizer.”
“The big bruhaha over journalis "profession" is kind of a joke -- most are "insti-pundits" for pay -- like Congressmen, saying what wants the highest contributor (or advertizer).”
“Justin - HBO, being non-advertizer driven, seems immune, though I am wondering if the poor reception in the UK Paul alludes to is why this series was deemed "too expensive" by its European backers.”
“Though I do agree the advertizer was irrespinsble in their doing.”
“The affiliate program won't be very popular, long as income PER advertizer has to exceed fifty dollars.”
“Actually, it seems that it's neither a product of the Google/Pyra buy-out, a technical glitch, nor a sign that no advertizer, however disreputable, wishes to be associated with this effort.”
“Once with the title stamped on his memory, the zealous Irishman might be trusted to become an ambulant advertizer.”
“An associate, infrequently called a publisher or partner, is someone else or company who aids in the marketing of the product and pulls in a commission for performing so. (that would be you) in between is the invoice management servicing that partners the advertizer with the associates and maintains control of the sales and commissions.”
“An advertizer would be very unhappy if their address or phone number wasn't visible to a large portion of thier viewers.”
“* That's right, when you saw Hot Monica advertizing at 2AM on Channel 10 and called, your call was diverted from the advertizer and ended up fattening Optus's profits.”
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